Her priority in the Parliament is to be a strong local voice for North Shore. She also serves as an Acting Speaker of the Legislative Assembly and is responsible for scrutinising all legislation presented to the NSW Parliament as Chair of the Legislation Review Committee.
She works extensively to deliver services and infrastructure for her electorate and is a champion for equality through unrestricted access to opportunities.
Living in Cremorne with her husband, Sam, and their daughter, Eleanor, and son Henry, Felicity is working to ensure that North Shore remains a great place to live, work, and raise a family.
She has been a strong supporter of community organisations in our area for a number of years, including as a member of North Sydney Sunrise Rotary, and has spent time rowing with Mosman Rowing Club, and playing for North Sydney Seniors Netball Club.
In her inaugural speech to the NSW Parliament, Felicity spoke about her personal journey into public service for her community and the state, and her commitment to the people of North Shore. You can read her speech here and watch the video here.
Before entering Parliament in 2017, she was Corporate Affairs Manager for a large infrastructure services business. Before this, Felicity was the NSW Deputy Executive Director for the Property Council of Australia. She began her career advising on Corporate and Government Affairs for a global energy company.
She holds a Master of Public Policy from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Media from Macquarie University.